Those of you lucky enough to come across Sow. Give. Grow. as a Grower, please make sure to revisit the site until your trans-planted gift blog post has been uploaded. We would all love for you to add a comment to the post about your reaction to finding your little parcel.
Thank you.

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We love to hear from you all.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Friday the First

It has been wonderful to have so many positive comments coming through about the idea behind Sow. Give. Grow.

We were thinking that to really kick-start things, we could have a Giving Day. Get yourself prepared.

The plan is that on Friday 1st July seeds and seedling will be trans-planted all over the world. We would  love for you, the Sowers and Givers, to mark this day in your diary.

If you are unsure of how to get started, read all about being a Sower or a Giver and join in the fun.

Once you have trans-planted your seeds or seedlings, take a photo and then email it to us, making sure to include

  • who you are
  • where you left your seeds or seedling
  • when you trans-planted

We look forward to sharing your adventure with other through the blog.

Take care

Bruisemouse and J

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Trans-plant 23

Hi Guys, So I guess you've heard I've done my Trans-plant. It was FUN! I felt really nervous leaving my little package behind and I do wonder all the time if anyone ever claimed it. I hope so, hope it's snug somewhere in someones garden! Be nice to hear from them. I was hoping for a photo to stick on my post today too, but it did not eventuate, have you ever had one of those moments when your all geared up for the shot of the year and your camera batteries die.. :( Just Plain Old Bad Luck! I was so mad and nearly didn't leave it but I went to the mountain for a purpose and I did my little job. I sowed, I gave and now I hope it will grow! I'm hoping to do another one soon anyway, maybe even a couple and I'll make sure I get some snaps over to you. Happy Growing!

Sower - Gooseberry Jam
A sugar snap seedling was left on a picnic table at the Tambourine Mountain Botanical Gardens, Queensland, Australia.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Trans-plant 22



Givers - Bruismouse and Roxy
These pea seeds were dropped at the Carine Glades Shopping Centre, Duncraig, Western Australia on Monday 6 June.

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Trans-plant 21





Givers - Bruismouse and family
These coriander seedlings were dropped at the Mt Claremont Farmers Market, Western Australia on Saturday 4 June.